Monthly Archives: September 2014

Democrats divided: The race for state schools superintendent

For an obscure elective office that is often ignored, unknown or regarded as superfluous in California’s convoluted education bureaucracy, the November election for state Superintendent of Public Instruction is shaping up as one of the most contentious — and costly — races among statewide candidates.

Read more at Capitol Weekly, Democrats divided: The race for state schools superintendent

Judge suggests shift in defense to keep CCSF open

As City College of San Francisco faces a trial next month against an accrediting commission that wants to shut it down, the judge is signaling that the school should shift its focus from alleged conflicts of interest and procedural missteps by the commission and instead try to show that the overall assessment process was unfair.

Read the rest of the story at SFGate, Judge suggest shift in defense to keep CCSF open